If pain or stiffness in your joints are making it difficult to walk, bend or lift, a knee, leg or hip replacement surgery may help you get back to enjoying normal everyday activities. At MOSM, we are leaders in minimally invasive hip surgery, such as the Makoplasty knee & hip robotic surgery direct and anterior approach to hip replacement surgery. The latter means we access your hip from the anterior or front of your body, as opposed to the side or the back. Damaged or diseased bone is removed and replaced with an artificial ball-and-socket joint.
We believe in supporting you through the entire process of surgery. You’ll learn what to expect and can ask questions of our hip orthopedic surgeons who are trained to perform this hip revision surgery. After surgery, your MOSM doctors and therapists will work closely with you to develop a personalized plan for your rehabilitation to help you restore function, reduce pain and get back to daily activities.
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The procedure, known as MAKOPLASTY® partial knee resurfacing, makes surgery a more palatable option for patients who have been reluctant to pursue traditional knee surgeries that often require months of recovery. It’s a less invasive treatment option than total knee replacement and allows surgeons to treat knee osteoarthritis at earlier stages. Makoplasty uses 3D computer mapping and an interactive robotic arm system to resurface the diseased portion of the knee and replace it with an artificial implant.
“The technology allows us to position the implant components much more accurately than conventional surgery and preserve more of the natural knee structure,” said Jeffrey K. Moore, Moore Orthopedics and Sports Medicine “The ability of the robot to help us prepare the bone surface and precisely place and align the implant enables patients to experience a more natural knee movement after surgery.”
MOSM offers the experience of skilled physicians and physical therapists specializing in the diagnosis and treatment of athletic injuries and illnesses. Our fellowship-trained sports medicine orthopedic surgeons not only use state-of-the-art surgical techniques to treat injuries of the shoulder, elbow, knee, and ankle but work directly with a number of local athletic events and high schools providing sports medicine services at the sidelines.
East Coast Robotic Surgery, a division of Moore Orthopedics & Sports Medicine, utilizes MAKOplasty to perform partial knee and hip replacements and now for the first time, total knee replacement surgery with smaller incisions, less pain and quicker recovery compared to traditional surgeries.
SPORTS THERAPY & REHAB
Moore Sports Therapy and Rehabilitation (MSTR) is a division of Moore Orthopedics and Sports Medicine (MOSM). We offer comprehensive physical therapy, training, and rehabilitation services, which include pre-and post-operative care as well as treatment of acute or chronic non-operative conditions. MSTR’s direct partnership with Moore Orthopedics and Sports Medicine’s physicians allows us to work together as a team and provide superior medical care to each individual patient.
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